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Setting Aside an Adult Conviction in Michigan
Setting aside a conviction is the process that clears your public criminal record. This is sometimes called an “expungement.” In Michigan, there is one process to set aside a conviction on your adult record and a different process to set aside a juvenile conviction, called an adjudication. This article gives an overview of setting aside an adult conviction.
Automated Online Application to Set Aside Conviction Forms
Use this online interview to fill out the forms to ask a court to set aside an adult criminal conviction. A conviction that is set aside cannot be seen by the public. You will go to the Law Help Interactive website to do this interview. After you answer the questions, your finished forms will be ready for you to print.
Fillable PDF Application to Set Aside Adjudication Forms
Use this form to ask a court to set aside a juvenile conviction or adjudication. An adjudication that is set aside cannot be seen by the public. This is a fillable PDF form that is available on the Michigan Courts One Court of Justice website.
Automated Online Waiver/Suspension of Fees & Costs Form
Use this online interview to draft the form you use to ask the court to waive or suspend the filing fees and other costs in your case. If you receive public assistance, or are unable to pay the fees and costs in your case, the court can decide to let you file without paying.
Automated Online Request for Accommodations Form
Use this online interview to prepare the form you use to ask a court to make an accommodation for you if you have a disability. You can ask a court to accommodate your needs so that you can fully participate in a court activity such as a hearing, jury duty, mediation, or some other event in a court.
Requesting an Accommodation if You Are a Person with a Disability and Have to Go to Court
The Michigan judiciary is committed to open access to judicial services. If you are a person with a disability and have to go to court, you can ask the court to provide you with an accommodation so you can fully participate in the court activity.